Do you glance at your smartphone during work meetings?

According to one survey, 63 percent of your peers think you’re checking it. And the ways you’re checking that phone get a little bizarre.

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Sitting there in long meetings, time crawling by, you look down at your mobile phone for what? To see who called, who texted, who just slapped you upside the head on Words With Friends.

From the Department of People Who Take Polls Just For the Heck of It, Qumu has released the results of a Harris survey, revealing that 63 percent of Americans believe people look at their cell phones during work meetings.

And here’s how they do it:

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